Which of the following bone components is responsible for reducing the weight of large bones?
Which of the following is a large channel in which large blood and lymph vessels enter the bone?
What component of connective tissue is responsible for bone formation?
Which type of bone formation occurs when bone grows into and replaces cartilage?
What is the primary growth center for bone development in the diaphyses?
Which type of bone marrow forms blood cells?
Which type of bone formation is primarily responsible for new bone in puppies and kittens?
What is the term for the growth plate of a bone?
Which of the following bone shapes is characterized by being thin and flat, such as the skull and scapula?
What is the term for a hole in a bone that may contain blood vessels or nerves?
Which of the following is not an articular surface?
What is a hole in a bone that blood vessels, etc run through called?
Which bones form the cranium?
Which of the following is not a bone of the cranium?
What is the only movable bone of the skull?
Which of the following is an example of a mesocephalic skull?
What are the basic functions of bones?
What are the two types of bone structure?
How is blood supplied to the bones?
What is the function of the Bone Marrow and what are the different types?
Which type of bone structure consists of spicules and contains bone marrow?
What is the function of the periosteum?
Which type of bone makes up the shaft of long bones and the outside layer of all bones?
What is the function of the Haversian systems in bones?
What is the function of the endosteum in bones?
How do tiny blood vessels penetrate the bone from the periosteum?
What are the larger blood vessels that enter many of the larger bones called?
What is the function of the nutrient foramina in bones?
What is the function of cancellous bone in the skeletal system?
What is the function of compact bone in the skeletal system?
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